This information is from the Menlo Park and Atherton police departments and the San Mateo County Sheriff''s Office. Under the law, people charged with offenses are considered innocent until convicted.
=B MENLO PARK==
=B Residential burglary reports:==
■ Someone kicked in the side door of a residence on Blueridge Avenue in Sharon Heights and stole miscellaneous jewelry with an estimated value of $6,500, Feb. 22.
■ Someone forced open a side door to a residential garage on Siskiyou Drive and stole miscellaneous jewelry with an estimated value of $5,100, Feb. 15.
=B Auto burglary reports:==
■ A locked vehicle on Marsh Road was broken into and someone stole a purse, Apple iPod, wallet, sunglasses, makeup and jacket for losses estimated at $1,000, Feb. 20.
■ Items were "moved around" but there were no losses after someone entered a vehicle on Marmona Drive, Feb. 15.
=B Theft reports:==
■ Someone stole three locked bicycles from a Coleman Avenue apartment patio for a total loss estimated at $1,750, Feb. 19.
■ Five wheels with a total estimated value of $1,000 are missing from the back of a pickup truck on Woodland Avenue, Feb. 15.
■ Someone stole a purse containing a cell phone and credit cards from the Rosewood Sand Hill hotel on Sand Hill Road for losses estimated at $829, Feb. 21.
■ A bicycle and attached trailer secured with a cable lock and with an estimated value of $529 are missing from a carport on Coleman Place, Feb. 15.
■ A woman reported that someone stole her cell phone from a shopping cart while at Safeway supermarket at 525 El Camino Real for a loss estimated at $500, Feb. 17.
■ Someone stole a bicycle locked to an apartment carport on Coleman Avenue for an estimated loss of $500, Feb. 19.
■ An undisclosed amount of cash has gone missing from a locked cash box at the Mindfulness Center for Healing on University Drive, Feb. 20.
■ Someone stole a package containing prescription eyeglasses valued at $140 and delivered to a door step on Peggy Lane, Feb. 20.
■ Someone stole hub caps valued at $140 from a vehicle on Campbell Avenue, Feb. 21.
■ An employee of the Palo Alto Humane Society Art Gallery on Santa Cruz Avenue had her wallet stolen from her open handbag while at work for a loss estimated at $77, Feb. 20.
=B Stolen vehicle reports:==
■ Green 1999 Dodge Ram pickup from Pierce Road, Feb. 18.
■ Red Nissan Altima from Hamilton Court, Feb. 21.
=B Fraud report:== Check bounced for goods valued at $625 and purchased at Ela Lingerie at 1139 Chestnut St., Feb. 21.
=B WEST MENLO PARK==
=B Residential burglary report:== Resident of Leland Avenue discovered back door had been forced open but reported nothing missing from the house, Feb. 20.
=B Theft report:== A package delivered to the porch of a residence on Walnet Avenue is missing, Feb. 21.